Yeah, the thing is there really is not just one specific paleo diet because that would mean that we actually know for a fact what the diet of paleolithic man was, which is not the case. We can make guesses as to what ancient man ate and there has been plenty of evidence that many paleolithic men had diets high in carbohydrates, even including ancient wild grains. I'm not saying this is the typical diet, there is a lot of variety in what the evidence points to. So each of these paleo 'guru's' has their own little set of rules, saying you can eat this but not this, they can back it up by whatever evidence supports their own point of view, but overall it does turn out to be very low-carb. Some paleo diets don't even allow fruits; are we to believe that ancient man would avoid a delicious, easy food source, high in nutrition and calories? Ridiculous! I really have no interest in researching each individual paleo guru's thoughts on the subject because the whole thing is utterly flawed from the beginning. One paleo guru says you have to eat only raw meat, one says no fruit, one says you can have small portions of organic grains, another says no grains, who cares. Overall, yes by far every single paleo diet DOES turn out to be extremely low-carb and high in meat, that is the same no matter which guru you follow and is a very poor choice if you are attempting to improve your health.